Post # 1
OK, so i finally decided that i am keeping (first picture) these shoes for the ceremony. I am rather tall 5’9 plus 4inch heels. I ordered my dress to be long, because i knew i was going to wear high heels. Well, now i am having second thoughts, i think i will wear the 4inch heels to ceremony and buy maybe even flats for reception.
I am attaching a pic of my shoes and dress that i picked up yesterday.I am looking for ideas for any flats 🙂 Help me!
I am going to bustle the dress in the front and back (this should be interesting), the girls at the store told me they do that.
Post # 3
Careful you don’t trip over those extra 4 inches of fabric when you’re in your flats! This is the reason why I chose wedges for my “comfy reception shoes.”
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2010 - Kindred Oaks, Georgetown
I’m kinda nervous about the dress being long cause I’ve got 4.5 inch heels for the ceremony that I’ll wear through the first dance and then I’m changing into blue converses. I can’t wait to show them off. They’ll be super comfy and totally me. For cute flats, I’d check DSW or zappos.com. They’ve got great selections.
Post # 5
I’m thinking of wearing two different pair, but I’m looking at flip flops and sneakers. I would be really worried if you went from heels to sandals that you would trip while you are dancing. The bustle in the front and the back – are you having it bustled to match the flat shoes? Like hemmed to the heels, but bustled to the flats? I don’t even know if that is possible, but I wouldn’t want to be tripping at the reception.
Post # 6
We are going to try lift the front of the dress, so i should be able to wear flats.
Post # 7
hmmm if you can pull it off go for it!! i’m all for flats at the reception. i’m just probably going to end up with some of those little bridal ballet slippers